Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills to Debut in 2017

Schedule to arrive in 2017, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is located on the corner of Wilshire and Santa Monica Boulevards in Beverly Hills. The 12-story, 170-room luxury hotel will be the brand’s first new build on the West Coast and will join the legendary Waldorf Astoria portfolio of 24 hotels and resorts.

The nine-acre Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills will feature uninterrupted views from every room, exclusive dining from the acclaimed Michelin-star chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who will showcase his inspiring and sophisticated culinary experiences, and a lavish 5,000 square foot Spa by La Prairie.

Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills to Debut in 2017

Pierre-Yves Rochon Inc. (PYR) of Paris and Chicago has been hired to bring their internationally recognized luxury hospitality environments to California for the first time in over a decade. To create a cohesive architectural design inside and out, Gensler and PYR, joined by PYR’s parent company Perkins+Will, co-designed the exterior of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills.

 

 

The architecture of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is a contemporary interpretation of Hollywood glamour drawing inspiration from the rich history of California’s Streamline Moderne style. The design is enriched with silken white stone curves and majestic bronze ornamentation to pay homage to Los Angeles’ Golden Age. Every detail of the interior design for Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills oozes glamour and style: a rich palette of burnished bronze, warm white stone, as well as Lalique installations throughout.

The rooftop pool deck of Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills is promised to be the largest rooftop destination of its kind in the city. Impeccably landscaped, the rooftop gathering area will include, VIP cabanas, a lounge area with panoramic views as well as a swimming pool.

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